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Catholic Charities agencies serve people of all faiths. They provide a wide range of services — housing, emergency services, health care, child care, adoption, and other critical services.
For information on how you can get the help you need or to learn about local programs and services, volunteer opportunities, job openings, media contacts, and other information, please contact your local agency.
Agency: Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
Address: 1501 Las Vegas Blvd N
City: Las Vegas
ZIP Code: 89101-1120
Phone: (702) 385-2662
Web Site: http://www.catholiccharities.com/
Agency: Catholic Community Services of Northern Nevada
Address: PO Box 5099
ZIP Code: 89513-5099
Phone: (775) 322-7073
Many people need help paying bills and debt in today’s challenging economy. Families need help so that they do not have to decide between paying their mortgage, credit card debt, food, rent, utility, or medical bills.
Find information on assistance programs, charity organizations, and other resources that will provide you with help paying your bills, mortgage and debt, show you how to save money, as well as provide some tips and ways to pay bills when money is tight. Many American families are struggling under an increasing number of bills, debts, and financial obligations. When you and your family are experiencing this stress, you need to reevaluate the situation, set priorities, and look for assistance.
Find programs and ways to get help with bills and debts, including:
These are five of the primary expenses that consumers need help paying in today’s challenging economic environment. Many states and local counties also offer government aid and administer assistance programs. Last, but not least, there are numerous charity organizations and community action agencies that can help.
Nevada mortgage help and foreclosure assistance programs
Nye County (Tonopah)
Washoe County (Reno)
Assistance With Paying Utility and Cooling Bills in Nevada
Project REACH (Relief through Energy Assistance to Prevent Customer Hardships)
A program created to aid and assist senior citizens, medically fragile families and people, and also any deployed National Guard or Reserve members that may be in need of emergency energy bill assistance.
Nevada Low Income Weatherization Assistance Program
This program helps struggling and lower income persons and families reduce their utility, heating and cooling bills by making their homes more energy efficient and helping people conserve energy. This program does provide energy conservation and weatherization services for free to eligible low-income households.
Customers behind on their utility bills may be eligible for one-time assistance to help bring those past due charges on their heating and/or cooling bill(s) current. The utility companies that offer this plan include : Nevada Power, Sierra Pacific Power, Southwest Gas, and the cities of Boulder City, Caliente, Fallon, and also Pioche.
Energy Assistance Program (EAP)
Assists lower income Nevada families with the cost of home energy bills. Assistance with past unpaid bills, emergency assistance, and other aid is available through this program.
Nevada - Project REACH (Relief through Energy Assistance to Prevent Customer Hardships)
A program that was created to help vulnerable adults over the age of 62, medically fragile people, seniors who are isolated, and to also aid deployed reserve and National Guard members in need of emergency energy assistance. 455-7051
Nevada - Special Assistance Fund for Energy (SAFE)
An assistance program for low-income customers, and it is administered by Community Services Agency. 775-882-8448
Find help and assistance in all cities and counties in Nevada, including Las Vegas and Reno.
Nevada Mortgage Assistance and Foreclosure Aid
Nevada has various programs that they recommend those who need help use. More.
In addition, Nevada has also started a new mediation program that will ensure homeowners and lenders meet before proceeding with a foreclosure filing.
Governor's Office for Consumer Health Assistance (CHA)
This program will provide advice, answer questions, and also provides free health-related advocacy regarding insurance disputes, medical billing, worker's comp appeals, prescription assistance, etc
Nevada Check Up
This is a low-cost health insurance program that is available for children up to age 19. There are low cost quarterly premiums that do need to be paid, and they are partly determined by household income.
Nevada Senior RX
This program will provide assistance with prescriptions, including up to $5,100 per year to assist with medication payments. This program from Nevada will also pay for 100% of prescription costs during the Medicare Part D 'gap'. Find additional medical assistance programs.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Many families in Nevada are having trouble making ends meet each month. After paying for their utilities, mortgage or rent, transportation, gas, and child care, oftentimes there is not enough money left to buy nutritious food or groceries. Tens of thousands of families in Nevada currently receive assistance in the form of SNAP benefits to help feed their families.
Nevada Legal Services provides state residents with a wide variety of free legal services and support. Click here to learn more about this program.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
The goals of the TANF assistance program are to assist struggling and lower -income families with children so they can be cared for in their own home, it will reduce dependency on the aid providing job preparation and training, and other assistance is provided. TANF will also provide assistance with health care, insurance, and medical bills.